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  • Data from: Antecedent Soil Moisture Conditions Determine Land-Atmosphere Coupling Drought Risk in the Northeastern United States 

    Alessi, M. J.; Herrera, D. A.; Evans, C.P.; DeGaetano, A. T.; Ault, T. R. (2021-04-05)
    Strengthened land-atmosphere coupling in the northeastern United States (NEUS), accompanied by a positive soil moisture-rainfall feedback, may lead to more short-term or flash droughts. Coupling between the land and ...
  • Model output datasets for: Constraining the atmospheric limb of the plastic cycle 

    Brahney, Janice; Mahowald, Natalie; Prank, Marje; Cornwell, Gavin; Klimont, Zbigniew; Matsui, Hitoshi; Prather, Kim (2021-03-23)
    Microplastic particles and fibers generated from the breakdown of mismanaged waste are now so prevalent that they cycle through the Earth in a manner akin to global biogeochemical cycles. In modeling the atmospheric limb ...
  • Atmospheric mean mineral aerosol abundance and direct radiative effect by dust for models and cases described in Li et al. (2020) 

    Li, Longlei; Mahowald, Natalie M.; Miller, Ron L.; García-Pando, Carlos Pérez; Klose, Martina; Hamilton, Douglas S.; Ageitos, Maria Gonçalves; Ginoux, Paul; Balkanski, Yves; Green, Robert O.; Kalashnikova, Olga; Kok, Jasper F.; Obiso, Vincenzo; Paynter, David; Thompson, David R. (2020)
    The large uncertainty in mineral dust direct radiative effect (DRE) hinders projections of future climate change due to anthropogenic activity. Resolving modelled dust mineral-speciation allows for spatially and temporally ...
  • Data from: Anthropogenic Perturbations to the Atmospheric Molybdenum Cycle 

    Wong, Michelle Y.; Rathod, Sagar D.; Howarth, Robert W.; Marino, Roxanne; Alastuey, Andres; Artaxo, Paulo; Barraza, Francisco; Beddow, D.C.S.; Bond, Tami; Chellam, Shankar; Chen, Yu-Cheng; Chen, Ying; Chien, Chia-Te; Cohen, David D.; Connelly, David; Dongarra, Gaetano; Gomez, Dario; Hand, Jenny; Harrison, R.M.; Hopke, Philip; Hueglin, Christoph; Husain, Liaquat; Kuang, Yuan-wen; Lambert, Fabrice; Liang, James; Li, Longleino; Losno, Remi; Maenhaut, Willy; Milando, Chad; Monteiro, Maria Inês Couto; Morera Gómez, Yasser; Paytan, Adina; Prospero, Joesph S.; Querol, Xavier; Rodriguez, Sergio; Smichowski, Patricia; Varrica, Daniela; Xiao, Yi-hua; Xu, Yangjunjie; Mahowald, Natalie M. (2021)
    Molybdenum (Mo) is an essential trace element that is, important for terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, as it is required for biological nitrogen fixation and uptake. Mo is carried in particles to the atmosphere from ...
  • Data from: Importance of Uncertainties in the Spatial Distribution of Pre‐Industrial Wildfires for Estimating Aerosol Radiative Forcing 

    Wan, Jessica S.; Hamilton, Douglas S.; Mahowald, Natalie M. (2021-02-09)
    This dataset supports the findings of the publication described here: Fires are a key driver of changes to physical landscapes, biogeochemical cycles, and climate on a variety of spatial and temporal scales. In particular, ...
  • Data from: Recent (1980-to-2015) trends and variability in daily-to-interannual soluble iron deposition from dust, fire, and anthropogenic sources 

    Hamilton, Douglas S.; Scanza, Rachel A.; Rathod, Sagar D.; Bond, Tami C.; Kok, Jasper F.; Li, Longlei; Matsui, Hitoshi; Mahowald, Natalie M. (2020-09-01)
    The iron cycle is a key component of the Earth system. Yet how variable the atmospheric flux of soluble (bioaccessible) iron into oceans is, and how this variability is modulated by human activity and a changing climate, ...
  • Annual mean soluble iron deposition and ocean BGC response for each case in Hamilton et al. (2020) 

    Hamilton, Douglas S; Moore, Keith; Arneth, Almut; Bond, Tami; Carslaw, Ken S; Hanston, Stijn; Ito, Akinori; Kaplan, Jed O; Lindsay, Keith; Nieradzik, Lars P; Rathod, Sagar D; Scanza, Rachel A; Mahowald, Natalie M (2020-02-25)
    Iron can be a growth‐limiting nutrient for phytoplankton, modifying rates of net primary production, nitrogen fixation, and carbon export, highlighting the importance of new iron inputs from the atmosphere. The bioavailable ...
  • Data from: Exacerbation of the 2013–2016 Pan-Caribbean Drought by Anthropogenic Warming 

    Herrera, Dimitris A; Ault, Toby R; Fasullo, John T; Coats, Sloan J; Carrillo, Carlos M; Cook, Benjamin I; Williams, A Park (2018-09-20)
    The Caribbean islands are expected to see more frequent and severe droughts from reduced precipitation and increased evaporative demand due to anthropogenic climate change. Between 2013 and 2016, the Caribbean experienced ...

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